80 m2 shop area and toilets+ 80 m2 storehouse and tasting.
Briefing: Interior design and furniture production project. To transform an old lamp store in a new space of selling not packaged, ecological and local products, with a bar-tasting zone.
“Agrapats” (loose, not packaged), as its name suggests, refers to the huge number of not packaged products that we can find there.
We have based the project in these products (not packaged, ecological and local products, as well as a wine cellar and gourmet products), and our objective has been to get a warm and funcional place on the basis of a competitive price.
Under this premise we decided to offer a totally new arrangement, adapting it to the current proposal and regulations.
In the ground floor we can find the store, toilets and cooking workshop; and in the first floor the storehouse and the tasting area.
“We decided to remove the old sunshades of the façade to open the big glass windows wide enough; thanks to that pedestrians can observe all the exposed products and the customers of the tasting zone can enjoy the excellent views of the Market Square”.
In reference to the materials, the resolution was the use of pine hardwood, leaving it in its natural colour that allows to boost this idea of emphasising the local and natural product.
Our design studio, Hidràulica, has designed and produced all the forniture, matching it with Ivar shelves (Ikea) and Frode chairs of the same brand, with the result of a place aesthetically agree with the philosophy of the store.
The staircase has been covered by an imitation of hidraulic mosaic, accompanied by a backlight banister designed for this occasion. It brings a strong personality to the space and at the same time invites you to climb to the first floor in order to enjoy the tasting area.
In the first floor we can find the lateral bar and the “Calatayud” stools, that we show for the first time in this project.
Hidràulica, then, has been in charge of all the furniture, designed and produced exclusively for this project (tables, stools, bars, shelves), creating a unique space.